News archive from 2 November 2012, page 19

Watchdog approves skin cancer drugs

Nov 2 2012 Patients with an advanced form of skin cancer have been given new hope after the health watchdog recommended that two life-extending treatments should be available on the NHS. In final draft guidance, the National Institute for Health and...

 

NY mayor Bloomberg endorses Obama

Nov 2 2012 Barack Obama has received the endorsement of New York City's popular mayor as the president and Republican challenger Mitt Romney opened a final campaign blitz in the last days of their race for the White House. The pair were streaking...

 
KENNY DALGLISH'S REGRETS IN LUIS SUAREZ AFFAIR

KENNY DALGLISH'S REGRETS IN LUIS SUAREZ AFFAIR

Dalglish, left, was sacked at the end of last season after the club finished eighth in the Premier League, having led them to a first trophy in six years with victory in the then Carling Cup. However, the campaign was dominated by the Suarez issue in...

 
IT'S NOT RIGHT TO RUN ROBIN VAN PERSIE DOWN

IT'S NOT RIGHT TO RUN ROBIN VAN PERSIE DOWN

Van Persie left Arsenal in the summer in a £24million move to join Manchester United. It was not the sweetest of partings. Van Persie questioned the ambition and direction the club were taking in an open letter as he engineered a move. Wenger was...

 
NANI NEARER AN EXIT AS SIR ALEX FERGUSON PLAYS THE BLAME GAME

NANI NEARER AN EXIT AS SIR ALEX FERGUSON PLAYS THE BLAME GAME

While Ryan Giggs says United's youngsters will benefit from the harsh lessons in the dramatic 5-4 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night it appears Nani may have stamped his departure visa. With United leading 3-2 in added time, he lost...

 

Brown stays on supervised probation

A US judge has ordered Chris Brown to remain on supervised probation and make another court appearance after he completes an overseas tour. Superior Court Judge Patricia Schnegg did not address questions raised at a previous hearing about whether the...

 
BLUES TO FACE FA CHARGE

BLUES TO FACE FA CHARGE

The club, who on Wednesday confirmed that they had made their complaint about Clattenburg's use of allegedly racist language to midfielder John Obi Mikel formally to the FA, fear they may have breached protocol. Mikel and manager Roberto Di Matteo...

 
KENNY DALGLISH'S REGRETS IN LUIS SUAREZ AFFAIR

KENNY DALGLISH'S REGRETS IN LUIS SUAREZ AFFAIR

Dalglish, left, was sacked at the end of last season after the club finished eighth in the Premier League, having led them to a first trophy in six years with victory in the then Carling Cup. However, the campaign was dominated by the Suarez issue in...

 

A cult classic? Never! Based on the story of Scientology, The Master is topped for Oscar glory... but CHRIS...

Verdict: There will be boredom Rating: Five years after his Oscar-nominated There Will Be Blood, Paul Thomas Anderson's latest epic is attracting five-star reviews and predictions of Oscar glory. At 137 minutes, it's three minutes shorter than...

 
City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

A PATIENT leader says a hyper acute stroke service for Worcester is vital in the new-look NHS as a region-wide review of stroke services continues. The NHS in the Midlands and East region, which includes Worcester, is reviewing care for those who...

 
City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

A PATIENT leader says a hyper acute stroke service for Worcester is vital in the new-look NHS as a region-wide review of stroke services continues. The NHS in the Midlands and East region, which includes Worcester, is reviewing care for those who...

 
LLOYDS CHIEF SLAMS BOGUS CLAIMS FIRMS

LLOYDS CHIEF SLAMS BOGUS CLAIMS FIRMS

The latest provision takes the total bill for payment protection insurance (PPI) mis-selling at the Britain's biggest retail bank, which owns Halifax and Bank of Scotland, to more than £5billion. And it means the UK banking industry could face a...

 

Council in Euro grant funding bid

HARTLEPOOL Borough Council has thrown its hat in the ring to benefit from a European grant aimed at getting young people back into work. In August this year, the European Commission announced it would be distributing £4m to develop a Youth Guarantee...

 

Lobby group’s anger at calls for more cuts

The powerful European farming union and co-operative lobby Copa/Cogeca has this week rejected moves by the Cypriot presidency to reduce the EU budget because they claim it would bring about a significant cut in farm spending. Copa president Pekka...

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City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

City needs stroke unit says health campaigner

A PATIENT leader says a hyper acute stroke service for Worcester is vital in the new-look NHS as a region-wide review of stroke services continues. The NHS in the Midlands and East region, which includes Worcester, is reviewing care for those who...

 


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